A gay dad who happens to be a New York Mets fan wrote an open letter to second baseman Daniel Murphy, explaining why Murphy’s comments about accepting a gay teammate but not his “lifestyle” were hurtful. Jon Raj, writing eloquently on HuffingtonPost.com, said his young son is a budding Mets fan and that he hopes […]
Fellow fans of power pitching, rejoice! For Matt Harvey will be back in 2015. Sort of, anyway. Because the New York Mets don't want to push their luck in his first year back from Tommy John surgery, Harvey is only going to be back in...Show More Summary
A gay former Major League Baseball player said he was not upset by anti-LGBT criticism of his “lifestyle” by a New York Met after he joined the team for spring training. The Mets invited Billy Bean, who came out as gay after retiring and now serves as MLB’s ambassador of inclusion, to speak with...
(screenshot) Yesterday, we reported New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's anti-gay comments regarding openly gay former Major League Baseball player Billy Bean. Said Murphy: "I disagree with his lifestyle. I do disagree with the fact that Billy is a...
The 2015 New York Mets’ final 25-man roster for spring training is one that’s strikingly easy to project, with competition limited only to a few key positions. Most notably, the Mets front office will face a decision about the future of pitcher Dillon Gee. Show More Summary
A New York Mets fan has put his displeasure with the team's ownership on full display.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis went 4 for 4 and scored a run, leading the New York Mets to an 8-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday.
Amid the warm weather, sunny skies and attractions that spring training brings, we have perhaps our first non-Alex Rodriguez controversial story of the spring. The New York Mets garnered positive attention by inviting openly-gay Major...Show More Summary
New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy said in an interview with NJ.com that he would accept a gay teammate, but said that he "Disagrees with the lifestyle, 100 percent," reports Deadspin. Murphy’s comments come after Mets Manager Sandy Alderson...
Daniel Murphy of the New York Mets has sparked controversy after saying he would accept a gay teammate even though he disagrees with the "lifestyle." Murphy, who is the Mets' second baseman, was commenting on Billy Bean, a former major...Show More Summary
New York Mets infielder Daniel Murphy has made some controversial comments about homosexuals in regards to the team bringing in Billy Bean, who is serving as Major League Baseball's inclusion ambassador and is one of two former big leaguers...Show More Summary
New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy told reporters Tuesday he'd be fine with having a gay teammate even though he disagrees "with the lifestyle."
Daniel Murphy Of The New York Mets Speaks Out Against Homosexuality He doesn’t like boys touching boys… Via NJ The Mets hosted Billy Bean in spring training camp Tuesday to promote inclusion and awareness of gay players in baseball. Billy
New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy has expressed 100 percent disapproval with the gay lifestyle although he would have no problem with a gay teammate. Murphy was commenting on Billy Bean’s visit yesterday to the Mets spring training facility in Port St. Show More Summary
New York Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard thought the middle of an intrasquad scrimmage would be the perfect time to grab a bite to eat in the clubhouse. Man, was he wrong, and third baseman David Wright and closer Bobby Parnell made sure he knew it. Mets prospects are supposed to stay on the field during […]
New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy says that he would be accepting of a gay teammate, but that he " disagree[s] with the lifestyle, 100 percent," throwing the authenticity of his claimed acceptance into question. Read more.....
Spring training has begun in baseball, and the New York Mets are gearing up for what will hopefully be a successful 2015 season. The Mets have a lot of big names on the team, such as David Wright, Curtis Granderson, Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, among others. Show More Summary
Remember the last time the New York Mets were contenders? It was 2008, and just about everything was clicking. Everything, that is, except the bullpen. The Mets blew a total of 29 saves that season. Their bullpen finished with a 4.27 ERA. Show More Summary
There’s plenty for the New York Mets to look forward to in 2015. It feels weird to write that with genuine confidence. With staff ace Matt Harvey coming back to the rotation at full health this season and an offense that knows it has...Show More Summary
The New York Mets have gone eight seasons since their last playoff appearance in 2006, spending more than $900 million on player salaries during that stretch. That's an average annual payroll of $114 million, the highest among any team that has not made the playoffs in the last four seasons. Show More Summary